Ludum Dare 30 — August 22nd-25th, 2014 — Theme: Connected Worlds

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Arcanium Librium

by Nitewing - Jam Entry

Extract to a folder of your choosing. Upon extraction you will have an 'ArcaniumLibrium' and 'Engine' folders.
The exe file is located in: \ArcaniumLibrium\Binaries\Win32

WASD to move around, Space to jump. In it's current state hitting 'E' warps you to the cartoon map while in the realistic map. Hiting 'R' warps you to the realistic map while in the cartoon map. This was a debugging tool and was unfinished due to multiple storms.

Hit ESC to close the window.

Careful not to fall off the world as it is possible in this version. If you do fall off, just hit the appropriate key to warp to the other map.

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Comments

apiotrw says ...
Aug 29, 2014 @ 11:33am

I don´t really know what to do in your game. I warped a few times between the worlds.
It is not very pretty. UE4 lighting helps but your own models look like they are made of simple geometry brushes. And the character is obviously a Mixamo sample character.

I don´t know if you really finished this because I wouldn´t call this a "game" in this state.

PaperBlurt says ...
Sep 2, 2014 @ 10:33am

A bit hard to grasp.
But a good concept...

wolfmother says ...
Sep 14, 2014 @ 3:07am

160MB and the Unreal Engine! Cool.
Very nice textures and stock model. World geometry fairly basic. Simple particle effects. Some sounds present. Shadow mapping, bloom etc is pretty cool.
Not much in the way of gameplay. Walk around a bit and see the map. Vestiges of a "changing worlds" mechanic but very little actual effect.

Pretty cool tech demo, but will need a lot more work to turn into anything playable.

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